Educational visits are an essential part of what we do! Your child should have a visit or an enriching experience (such as a workshop in school), at least once a half term. We work with our partners at the Temple Grove Trust to keep these free or low cost, and your child is also entitled to a free packed lunch if you have indicated that you want one on the form.
The majority of trips will be listed in your annual letter- please look in Letters 2023-24 for more information.
Often, we do invite parental volunteers to support us on the trips. These volunteers are instrumental in ensuring that every child has a wonderful educational experience.
By volunteering, parental volunteers do agree to our Parental Volunteer Contract, for the safety, privacy and wellbeing of all children.
Term 1 Trips
Reception, Year 1 & Year 2 enjoyed a brilliant in-school drama and dance workshop!
Year 3 had a fantastic time at the Painted Hall, learning about the hidden maps and symbols in our history.
Year 4 had a wonderful time today at the British Museum, recapping their learning about Ancient Greece & Egypt, as well as preparing for their Benin Kingdom unit next term!
Year 5 had a wonderful trip learning more about Roman Britain at the Crofton Roman Villa.
Year 6 had a wonderful trip to the Saatchi gallery, where they took part in an art workshop.
Term 2 Trips
Year 1 are looking forward to a trip to St Augustine's Church to learn more about Christianity.
Year 2 had a wonderful trip to Woodlands Farm to learn about mini-beasts.
Year 3 had a fantastic workshop and tour in the National Gallery, developing their artistic skills.
Year 4 are looking forward to an informative and interesting trip to the Bromley Reform Synagogue to learn about different religious perspectives.
Year 5 are looking forward to their trip to the Museum of the London Docklands, to widen their knowledge about world trade.
Year 6 took part in a fantastic three-day residential to Ashford in Kent! Just look at some of our best pictures.